Eat at Angelo’s, help to improve Lakewood fountain

Angelo’s will donate 15 percent of all sales Thursday, April 26, to Promise of Peace. The volunteers and children of Promise of Peace will use the money to spruce up the fountain in front of the Lakewood Theater.

The nonprofit’s executive director, Elizabeth Dry, says they plant to amend the soil and install new plants. If the budget allows, they might do some painting as well.

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The volunteers and kids will be working Saturday, April 28, and the Lakewood Theater will be grilling. The community is invited to lend a hand.

The fountain is owned by D.O.T., the charity thrift store at 5810 Live Oak. The Mills family, which co-owns the old Lakewood Library building, pays the taxes on the fountain area on behalf of D.O.T.

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  • Kaitlyn

    Where is Angelo’s?? You need to mention this salient fact in the article!

  • Another reminder, DOT has a great, healthy cookbook for sale as well. The recipes were contributed by many local folks and are really yummy. Again, thanks for any support of our more than 2600 terminally ill clients and for shopping at the DOT store.
    Jeanette Crumpler

  • Thanks for remind folks that DOT owns the fountain and the stars, bricks and more were purchased to honor and remember those who support DOT, its clients and the Lakewood Area. Copies of “The Lakewood StarWalk As Seen Thru the Eyes of D.O.T.” are available for $10 a copy at the DOT store. Please, remember our 2600 terminally clients and shop at the store, buy a copy as well as “Cumberton’s Gold” since all proceeds go to benefit our clients. Thanks so much,
    Jeanette Crumpler